Sleep Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSleep Inn & Suites Milwaukee
Much better option than parking at the airport and the beds are very comfy!
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... as "Why are the tires always entirely white on the older motorcycles?" and he was truly a fountain of info (most of which fell out my other ear after successfully navigating its way into the first ear). He also took us into the Archives area, where a few hundred additional bikes are stored. This is also where they do any needed restoration work (they generally try and avoid this and display the bikes in their ...
... he suffered a severe case of food poisoning which caused him to blackout briefly, just long enough to also fall and get a concussion. Dave wisely chose personal health and safety over his long-standing desire to see the Museum and was unable to join me for the ride. Hopefully he'll be able to make it here one day (if not on his bike, then by plane, train, or automobile if necessary!).
After dropping off my gear at ...
... Being a Sunday we drove into the city and found a parking spot near to the river which has a walk on both sides. There are also sculptures along the walk, including the most photographghed spot in Milwaukee which is a statue of the Fonz. We watched the small pleasure boats going through the raised bridges and had a beer and mojito at a micro brewery.
Off to find a camp spot and ended up at the State fairgrounds. Today was the last day of a huge music festival called Summerset.
... that Wisconsin is serious about its recycling at least in the rest areas! Talk about being very specific about sorting your recycled items. Inside the rest area, they had a dirt track car. Dave Standen, this photo is for you. Dick said that you used to go to dirt track races in Wisconsin!
Arrived in Milwaukee after being on the road for about 6.5 hours. After getting settled, we drove down to the Milwaukee River Walk going past Marquette University. Got a good ...
... which was evident when he played alone. Both Tom and I wanted him to play"Beware of Darkness" by George Harrision, but that was not to be. It was a substantial show lasting about one and one half hours. Leon only stood at the end of the regular show and "this is the time in the show where we're supposed to walk off stage then return. Well, for those of you that know me I don't like to walk." He then played a few encore songs and left the stage. A very good ...